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New Homes in Brandywine, Maryland
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Moving into Brandywine
Brandywine, Maryland, is a small and charming town in Maryland’s Prince George’s County, with Ryan homes just waiting for you to settle in. Located off I-495, Rt 5 and Rt 301, these new homes in the suburbs of Washington, DC, are just beside the Capital Beltway, easing a commute to the range of IT, governmental, military and healthcare positions in and outside the city limits. You will also have access to Metro bus, MARC train lines, ridesharing apps and DC area airports like BWI, Dulles and Reagan National.
The Best of Brandywine
A weekend around Ryan homes in Brandywine, MD could take you to nearby towns in Prince George’s County or the bustling city of Washington, DC. Towns like Piscataway, Cheltenham, Clinton and Danville each has its own shopping areas, complete with a variety of restaurants to try. You could spend the day shopping and dining at DC’s National Harbor, or the St. Charles Towne Center in Waldorf. If you want to stay more local, Brandywine Crossing is an open-air mall with stores and restaurants of all sizes including a Safeway, Target, Marshalls, Bonefish Grill and its own movie theatre. Stay outdoors with a tour of Romano Vineyard and Winery, pick up fresh cheese and meats at the P.A. Bowen Farmstead, or hike the trails of Cedarville State Forest. There’s no shortage of things to do around Brandywine, MD, and new homes put you near activities you could enjoy around Brandywine, MD. New homes here are ideally situated for you to experience the best of Prince George’s County and the greater DC area.